Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Bush Continues to Wipe Self With American Public...Press Says No Indictments Today

Dubya using a producers clothing to clean his glasses. Good thing he wasn't needing toilet paper...Prissy will update throughout the day to keep you posted of the very latest with PlameGate news.

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Last One for Today- this Larry Johnson (ex-CIA) posted this! Aides To Be Indicted, Probe to Continue by Larry Johnson Wed Oct 26th, 2005 at 01:44:59 PM EDT

For your background, Richard was the first to tip me last year to the developing Larry Franklin spy scandal, which proved to be right. - LJ Aides To Be Indicted, Probe to Continue -By Richard Sale, longtime Intelligence Correspondent for UPI

Two top White House aides are expected to be indicted today on various charges related to the probe of CIA operative Valerie Plame whose classified identity was publicly breached in retaliation after her husband, Joe Wilson, challenged the administration's claim that Saddam Hussein had sought to buy enriched uranium from Niger, acording to federal law enforcement and senior U.S. intelligence officials.

If no action is taken today, it will take place on Friday, these sources said.

I. Scooter Libby, the chief of staff of Vice President Richard Cheney, and chief presidential advisor Karl Rove are expected to be named in indictments this morning by Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald.

Others are to be named as well, these sources said. According to U.S. officials close to the case, a bill of indictment has been in existence before October 17 which named five people. Various names have surfaced such as National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley, yet only one source would confirm that Hadley was on the list. Hadley could not be reached for comment.;_ylt=Ap2Bwl28t0PkdMh6jv5S5Jas0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTA2Z2szazkxBHNlYwN0bQ-- Grand Jury in CIA Leak Case Adjourn

Lawyers representing key White House officials expected Fitzgerald to decide this week whether to charge Libby and Rove.

Rove and Libby joined other officials Wednesday at the daily White House senior staff meeting, as usual. Libby has been on crutches after breaking a bone in his foot.

Fitzgerald could charge one or more administration aides with violating a law prohibiting the intentional unmasking of an undercover CIA officer.

The prosecutor has also examined other possible crimes such as mishandling classified information, false statements and obstruction of justice.

Prissy wonders if Libby was hurt while attempting to kick himself in the rear... Free Press- Ohio Election 2004 (Now see, what did Prissy tell you, if Dubya's election win is in doubt- then he did NOT take Ohio and thus did not win the the evidence suggests-stay tuned. These folks mean serious business. The numbers are on their side.)

Powerful Government Accounting Office report confirms key 2004 stolen election findings by Bob Fitrakis & Harvey Wasserman October 26, 2005

As a legal noose appears to be tightening around the Bush/Cheney/Rove inner circle, a shocking government report shows the floor under the legitimacy of their alleged election to the White House is crumbling.

The latest critical confirmation of key indicators that the election of 2004 was stolen comes in an extremely powerful, penetrating report from the General Accounting Office that has gotten virtually no mainstream media coverage.;_ylt=ArclZqrrj3fSLNbbBDowiius0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTA3b2NibDltBHNlYwM3MTY- Leak grand jury meets prosecutor- Yahoo from Reuters

Discussing the possibility of sealed indictments, one attorney said Fitzgerald could be acting to put pressure on people involved in the two-year probe.

"The usual reason is to keep something secret from a witness or a defendant," the attorney said. "It could mean he still wants to get people to come back in" and provide testimony or plead guilty. CIA leak charges set to be handed out-Financial Times

Lawyers involved in the case said Fitzgerald appeared close to asking the grand jury to approve indictments, with an announcement expected as early as Wednesday, after the grand jury meets.;_ylt=AvDhAmqmCTPs2lnvsbU5NGUGw_IE;_ylu=X3oDMTA4NGRzMjRtBHNlYwMxNjk5

Leak probe prosecutor arrives at court

Lawyers involved in the case said Fitzgerald appeared close to asking the grand jury to approve indictments, with an announcement expected as early as Wednesday, after the grand jury meets. A White House 'Hip-Deep' in Plame Scandal and Cover Up

With pressure mounting against the White House, even Republicans are looking for ways to distance themselves from the growing scandals surrounding the Bush administration. GOP campaign consultants are advising elected officials and candidates for public office to call for resignation of anyone indicted in the scandal.

And...In another development, New York Times Executive Editor Bill Keller admits his newspaper aided and abetted the Bush administration’s false claims of existence of weapons of mass destructions in Iraq.

Iran-Contra II?-Fresh scrutiny on a rogue Pentagon operation.

Franklin, along with another colleague from Feith's office, a polyglot Middle East expert named Harold Rhode, were the two officials involved in the back-channel, which involved on-going meetings and contacts with Iranian arms dealer Manucher Ghorbanifar and other Iranian exiles, dissidents and government officials. Ghorbanifar is a storied figure who played a key role in embroiling the Reagan administration in the Iran-Contra affair. The meetings were both a conduit for intelligence about Iran and Iraq and part of a bitter administration power-struggle pitting officials at DoD who have been pushing for a hard-line policy of "regime change" in Iran, against other officials at the State Department and the CIA who have been counseling a more cautious approach.;_ylt=Amu4LZkO95r3fE.ZcAbaoQOs0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTA2Z2szazkxBHNlYwN0bQ--

Bush Tries to Revive Support for Iraq War

"I know this is a trying time for our military spouses," Bush said at a Joint Armed Forces Officer Wives' luncheon at Bolling Air Force Base. "We've lost some of our nation's finest men and women in the war on terror."

"And the best way to honor the sacrifice of our fallen troops is to complete the mission and lay the foundation of peace by spreading freedom," he said

Prissy is so weary of his shop worn phrases...the only thing the American military is spreading is thin. It is amazing with the drunk driving and general clumsiness of GW Bush that is still alive, while finer people have been lost. Their contributions were far greater than his.

It is shameful we have lost more than 2,000 of our nation's finest men and women, due to his careless leadership and decision making capabilities. Prissy holds responsible the needless loss of human life from this war to be his administrations and those Americans who continue to back them.

Many military families hope they pay dearly for the callous regard which they have treated our soldiers lives and those of Iraqi civilians.

Quotes That Shouldn't Be:

"Master Sergeant Lombardo, when you're talking about the president coming to see you in New York, take a little breath before that so you can actually be talking directly to him. You got a real message there, OK?" --Deputy Assistant Defense Secretary Allison Barber, coaching soldiers in Iraq in advance of a scripted Q & A with President Bush

"You simply get chills every time you see these poor individuals...many of these people, almost all of them that we see are so poor and they are so black, and this is going to raise lots of questions for people who are watching this story unfold." --CNN's Wolf Blitzer, on New Orleans' hurricane refugees

"The fact it hasn't turned up in print doesn't mean I haven't said it." --Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA), insisting he's questioned the Bush administration's prosecution of the Iraq war, despite his office's failure to produce any evidence

"So many minority youths had volunteered…that there was literally no room for patriotic folks like myself." --Tom DeLay, explaining at the 1988 GOP convention why he and vice presidential nominee Dan Quayle did not fight in the Vietnam War

Quote of the Day

From A Patriot's Handbook- Caroline Kennedy.

By Andrew Hamilton- Statement at trial of John Peter Zenger

...Isaiah 11:16: "The leaders of the people cause them to err, and they that are led by them are destroyed." ( innuendo, are deceived into the loss of their liberty), "which is the worst kind of destruction."

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